Another great catalog page today with Mego's dynamic duo to the Department Store Catalog Archive.
Hank has revealed his excellent custom Zatanna from JLA , a nice change from the usual top hat and fishnets look.
Megomuseum.com is proud to unveil it’s latest discovery, Logan 5 from the TV series “Logan’s Run”.
This never before seen figure has a likeness based on the star of the 1977 series Gregory Harrison. Mego planned to produce a range of Logan’s Run toys but CBS Television abruptly canceled the series before 1978 Toy Fair thus forcing Mego to cancel the toy line.
With less than a handful of samples produced, few of these items have survived. In previous years samples of supporting characters such as villain Francis 7 and Robotic sidekick REM were finally found but until now samples of the show’s namesake character had eluded collectors.
Today, Mego collectors can finally get a glimpse of what might have been with the Mego Logan Five prototype.
Discuss this on the MegoMuseum Forums.
Chris Johnson provided us with more cool pics from his collection, this time with the boxed Plush Wizard of Oz characters, something you don't see every day.
Todd shows off this awesome portrait of the Mego Catwoman as rendered by his very talented brother.
And what would CatWoman be without the Bat? Lonely, that's what! Dane has made an impressive Batman Year One using parts from the Mego Community and some talent as well.
Stay Tuned to this Blog tomorrow for a new, never before seen Mego Prototype.
Thanks to Chris Johnson, the Museum now has a gallery devoted to the very rare Mego Flinstones Playset. Definitely not your typical Mego item but one you might add to your wantlist after seeing it, it's that cool.
Check out Todd's amazing Jackson Bostwick as Shazam custom! The only thing that would make this better is a Mr Mentor to go with it. OK, maybe a winnebago....
Dave never seems to stop amazing us with the 8" Star Wars figures, this time it's his take on Lando Calrissian Works every time.
Stefano from Italy brings us this very cool Baravelli Catalog showing the original WGSH and a unique looking Action Jackson figure.
Megoville has announced that they will be carrying the new EMCE toys Star Trek figures. Check them out now for pre orders and special offers.
Cat Damon has created this innovative Beast from the X Men and it's our custom Spotlight of the Week! Well, done!
Thanks to Dan Edwards, the Museum now has pics of a Mego World's Greatest Superheroes shipping case. Few of these would have survived in the day so we're rather pleased with this update.
There's a reason they call him "Captain", here Captain Mego shows us his unbelievable Custom Mego Starship Enterprise Bridge. A playset so detailed, you'd think he just shrunk the original somehow.
On the Mego Museum Forums, Benjamin reveiled the cover to his upcoming Mego Book, World's Greatest Toys which is available for pre order on Amazon right now.
Anthony shared photos of his Dick Tracy Custom Figure on the boards yesterday.
Really excited about this one.
Scott has completed this wicked Captain Action Mego Custom and he went crazy with the details people. Really worth a look.
Meanwhile, a different Scott has made this really Blue Devil Mego Custom , everybody I've featured on the blog this week has been named Scott, let's see if I can keep this going......
Stefano wowed us last week with this amazing, never before seen Mego poster. Oh how I want one!
Scott unveiled his latest custom playset the stately caverns. Another thing I must have, click the picture for a more indepth look.
Hector pointed out that a Mego Gene Simmons doll can be seen in the latest Ebay Flyer, what cool suprise to get in your mailbox.
K dropped this super badass Xena Warrior Princess custom on us all last night, such a terrific break from the usual. Now get to work on a Joxer!
Added some revised photography on the three pack (shown above) and shots of a UK carded Robin to the Mego Comic Action Heroes Packaging Gallery. Always nice to have new foreign pieces.
Invincible! Chris has showcased his fantasitc Iron Man and War Machine customs this week and the praise hasn't stopped coming.
Yesterday Scott revealed just what goes into making a Mego Museum trading card when he posted this video of how many shots he took until he found the right pose for the Klingon Trading Card.
Bob wowed everyone yesterday with this terrific custom of 70's Spider-Man villain and everyone's favourite living Vampire Morbius , very nice stuff.
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Added some pics and information to the Mego Elastic Heroes Section today, a very underrated and kooky line of Super Hero toys.
Todd unveils more beautiful work with this captivatingly cool trio of Doctor Strange customs, I'm loving the Steve Ditko version above.
Registration is now open for MEGO MEET the world's greatest (and only) Mego Convention, prices haven't changed, it's only three months away so plan now!
More Mego collectors have contributed childhood Mego photos to the Mego Memories page, including the fantastic shot above courtesy of Tom. If you have a Mego photo you'd like to add, contact us!
Over the weekend Joe unveiled his revised Hellboy Custom, amazing work as always Joe!
Mini Mego Meet: A group of Mego Collectors ( including for once, yours truly) spanned the globe to get together in Chicago this weekend, click the pic for a recap and some photos of the coolness.
Electra Wow! Mike shows off his shockingly orange Custom Electra Woman , box, makes me wish I'd kept my customs!
Teaser Department: March is going to be a big month for the Mego Museum, we have new employee interviews, gallery updates and a new, never before seen, prototype Mego action figure being unveiled only at the Megomuseum. Trust me on this, it's big, Stay tuned.
We've all seen it, even a bad movie can be elevated by the appearance of a favorite toy. Mego's have had a pretty esteemed career in the movies and today we're counting down what we think are the top five mego movie moments ever...
Agree or Disagree? Discuss this article on the Mego Museum Forum
Terrific addition to the Department Store Catalog section today with the addition of the Sears World's Greatest Superheroes Selection, all the favourites are here.
Check out Ed's awesome version of Marvel Comics Beast!
Speaking of customs, the March Customizer of the month is our own Tim Arnold come check out some of the coolness Tim has created.